Lusaka Dynamos on Thursday asked serious questions about leaders Zesco United’s 2017 FAZ Super Division title ambitions when they rallied to beat their hosts in their delayed Week 12 match in Ndola.
Dynamos came from one-down in the 72nd minute to stun Zesco 2-1 at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium to see the five-time champions suffered their third league loss of the 2017 season.
Zesco took the lead with 18 minutes left on the clock when Davies Kasirye headed-in Jesse Were’s cross to score his debut goal from three games played for his new club.
But Dynamos hit back in the 81st minute when Eric Kabulo nodded-in Clatous Chama’s free kick.
Zesco were knocked out in stoppage time when Fwayo Tembo waltz past Zesco’s defence and goalkeeper Jacob Banda to record his debut goal for Dynamos
Zesco stay top on 38 points one more than Napsa Stars.
Dynamos rise from 5th to 4th on 36 points tied with 3rd placed Power Dynamos and Green Buffaloes who drop to 5th.